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  1. The Top 4 Benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll

    The Top 4 Benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll
    A pigment that helps make plants and algae green, chlorophyll is also necessary for photosynthesis. This is the process of changing light into energy, the source of all plant life.  As we obtain much of our sustenance from eating plants, it might be said that photosynthesis is also vitally important to human life. It is no surprise then, that chlorophyll...
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  2. Why Maca is the Superior Alternative to Yohimbe

    Why Maca is the Superior Alternative to Yohimbe
    Yohimbe has a long history of being used as a libido-enhancer, but does that mean you should use it?  Yohimbe has been used for generations, but this use has been far more limited than other cultural mainstays, such as turmeric.  As it turns out, yohimbe can be rather dangerous and should simply be avoided.   Why Yohimbe Is Problematic And...
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  3. Healthy Recipes to Naturally Boost Your Immunity

    Healthy Recipes to Naturally Boost Your Immunity
    A healthy immune system is important for helping your body fight infections caused by viruses, bacteria, fungus and other pathogens.  With colds and flu season fast approaching it is important to strengthen your immune system. We all are aware of the standard measures: get enough sleep, good hygiene, stress reduction, eats lots of fruits and veggies and take immune-boosting supplements.  ...
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  4. Top Supplements to Increase Your Sex Drive

    Top Supplements to Increase Your Sex Drive
    Studies show that eating berries can strengthen the immune system, improve mental function, boost stamina and fight inflammation. Berries derive their age-defying power from naturally occurring antioxidants called phytochemicals. Blueberries, strawberries, bilberries and acai berries are particularly rich in health-boosting phytochemicals. As an added bonus they are low in fat and high in fiber. They are also delicious, and because...
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  5. Alternative Cancer Treatment with Soy?

    Alternative Cancer Treatment with Soy?
    Can a cure for cancer really be found in something as simple as soybeans? According to researchers at the University of Kansas, the answer is “Yes!” Soybean Peptides Inhibit Cancer Cell Development Researchers studied the bioactivity of many different types of soybeans and found that the peptides derived from soybean meal, a byproduct of oil extraction from soybean seeds, inhibited...
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  6. 6 Reasons to be Grateful for Cranberries

    6 Reasons to be Grateful for Cranberries
    Cranberries are for more than just Thanksgiving and the holiday season.  Yet, as more and more research is done into the seemingly humble cranberry, the more we are learning that cranberries are actually one of the best foods we can eat.  Why?  For starters, cranberries are high in antioxidants and can help decrease a variety of infections throughout the body.  Like...
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  7. The Health Benefits of Dandelion

    The Health Benefits of Dandelion
    Most people think of the dandelion as a bothersome weed, but this lawn menace may be more valuable than one would think.  Dandelion leaves are used as healthy ingredients in salads, sandwiches and in teas, and the flowers are used for the creation of wine.  They are rich in vitamins A, B, C and D and minerals like iron, potassium...
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  8. Can PUFAs in Fish Oil Prevent Breast Cancer?

    Can PUFAs in Fish Oil Prevent Breast Cancer?
    While fish oil is purported to help with a host of medical issues, a new report recently published online in British Medical Journal may be of particular interest to women who are concerned about breast cancer.  It turns out that regular consumption of oily fish like salmon, sardines and tuna may help reduce risks for breast cancer due to high...
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  9. Green Tea Slashes Stroke Risks

    Green Tea Slashes Stroke Risks
    A key factor in stroke prevention may be as near as your next cup of tea, according to a recent study conducted in Japan. The study, which was featured in the March issue of Stroke: A Journal of the American Heart Association, found that drinking green tea may lower overall stroke risk. Study participants who drank at least two cups of...
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  10. The Many Healthful Antioxidants In Strawberries

    The Many Healthful Antioxidants In Strawberries
    Antioxidants  are widely known to be beneficial for health. An antioxidant is any chemical molecule that prevents other chemical molecules from being oxidized. They perform a critical function because although oxygen and oxidation reactions are crucial for life, they can also damage DNA and other cellular structures - which is why all plants and animals maintain complex systems of multiple...
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